County Parks and Recreation staff has closed Hertz Trail at Lake Whatcom Park mile marker 1.5, effective immediately due to a minor landslide.
The Whatcom County Public Works Department, Engineering Division, announces that Emergency Load Restrictions are in effect for the ENTIRE County effective 12:01 A.M., Sunday, January 15, 2017.
Superior Court/Juvenile Division is recruiting for our CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Volunteer program! Contact Cynthia Whipple, 360/778-5503 or Keri Wallace, 360/778-5531 regarding the application/ interview process. Training in March.
Whatcom County Health Department is seeking hydrogeologists who are interested in being placed on a list of consultants that offer services to landowners and developers who are in need of hydrogeological expertise in complying with the County’s ...
On December 6, 2016 the County Council adopted an interim ordinance that will enact code amendments implementing the Supreme Court's Hirst decision. The ordinance, when effective, will require proof of legal water availability prior to permit submittal.
These regulations are designed to normalize the stormwater requirements, provide compliance with the County's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II Permit (Clean Water Act), recognize the impact of tree removal in Lake Whatcom, ...Read on...
Whatcom County Council Adopts Interim Ordinance Effective December 18, 2016. <_o3a_p>https://wa-whatcomcounty.civicplus.com/2487/Exempt-WellWater-Information
Whatcom County Health Department has received reports of outbreaks of suspected norovirus infections over the past couple of weeks involving a school, a nursing home, and a basketball team.
BELLINGHAM—A new “Whatcom County Veteran Community” website launched this week. The goal of the website is to provide a one-stop online resource where veterans can connect through community events and learn about veteran-specific resources.
BELLINGHAM—On March 16, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) released county health rankings for Whatcom and all other counties in the United States.
On August 9, 2016 the Whatcom County Council adopted the Coordinated Water System Plan by Resolution 2016-030. (This is a large document that may take several minutes to open.)